The "Virginia Tech Review Panel" released its report on April's horrific mass murder on campus. Most media attention has rightly focused on failures of communication. These include failures to share information between university officials, mental health counselors, campus police, and killer Seung Hui Cho's parents, as well as the university's failure to promptly notify students, faculty and staff promptly about the first two shootings on campus. Yet while the panel effectively reviewed those issues, it used its chapter on "Gun Purchase and Campus Policies" to promote an anti-gun agenda that has no relationship to this spring's tragedy. Many of its findings and recommendations are contradictory; none would have had an effect on Cho's rampage.